List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Mill Burn
John McCall
Dr. Hyslop
025 [Situation] Running N [North] Easterly out of Corsock Loch thro' Mill Burn Bridge to its influx with Urr Water.
A small stream or burn having its rise out of Corsock Loch and running in a N. [North] Easterly direction to its influx with Urr Water
CORSOCK MILL (Corn) Corsock Mill (Corn)
Corsock Mill (Corn)
Corsock Mill (Corn)
John McCall
John Knox
Ainslie's Map (1820)
025 [Situation] About 25 chains E.N.E. [East North East] of Corsock Loch.
A small corn mill with [dwelling] house and office houses in [middling] repair having about 47 acres of land attached. The property of Major Fletcher of Corsock.
CORSOCK INN & POST OFFICE Corsock Inn & Post Office
Corsock Inn & Post Office
John McCall

John Knox
025 [Situation] 3/4 mile East of Corsock Loch.
A large dwelling house and office [...] houses in good repair having a [farm] of about 100 acres of land attached [Occupied] by John McCall who also has the License of retailing Ales spirits &c. A post office is established here since Aug [August] 1849, and a person carries the mail to and from Crocketford daily. The house and farm is the property of Major Fletcher

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